love feast 2014

This post is, like, so last year. It actually is. But remember that two or three month hiatus when I wasn't around? ...more

price family in action :: kenya

Still reflecting on our Kenya trip and thankful that we got to as a family. These are the moments that I'm amazed by God's goodness, that we get the privilege to go and love on kids all over the world. As a Mama, I can't tell you how great it is to see your kids loving like Jesus would ....more

tree branch shoe rack

I am in a de-clutter, organize my house mode. This is where my family needs to watch out, because chances are, I will 1. throw something away, 2 ....more

isle of swords {giveaway}

I love being able to read books before Joshua, 1. So I can parent check it before I put it into his hands, and 2. It gives us something to discuss after he's finished the book ....more

kenya :: beautiful mary

I have loads of photos from our trip to Kenya. Between that and stumbling to find the words to express what it was like to travel as a family to this beautiful East African nation, I just haven't posted anything. Well, today is a start ....more

a valentine's party

Last week my special events team and I put on a Valentine's Party. It was meant to be simple, but I've realized that I have a hard time doing simple. I get ideas, and ideas, and more ideas, and of course, once I see something I like, I just can't not do it ....more

a year of change

How many of you get words for the year? I love being able to look back on the year and see just how the word I got seemed to fit. God is good like that ....more

cape town

Last October Jeremy and I went to Cape Town. The first few days was work related, but the last few were a delayed anniversary celebration. I love visiting Cape Town ....more

you've got mail

Every year we have this Valentine's tradition. We make mailboxes (we, as in the kids and I) for treats and notes to each other the week of Valentine's. I thought for sure that Joshua would be so over it this year ....more


My kids couldn’t be more different than night and day, black and white, oil and vinegar.I think you get the idea.Do you find that your children are so, so different? How do you celebrate them and encourage them to be who they are? I'm over at Tommy Nelson talking about it and would love for you to join me there! ...more